|1||Dragging The Streets||6:20|
|2||I Saw A Ray||4:57|
|8||Moon Is Sharp||6:49|
|11||She Loves Me That Way||8:34|
|12||Mary, On The Wall (For Bette Jackson)||6:08|
|13||Come Softly (For Daniel Dalzell)||4:34|
This is the first CD issue of GROUPER’s 2011 self released two part album subtitled Dream Loss and Alien Observer, comprised of songs written and recorded over the last four years. A chronological order informs the thematic trajectory of the dual release. Dream Loss is the first album and is a collection of older songs, while Alien Observer is mostly made of newer songs. Each is meant to stand solidly on it's own, and also as a satellite in the other's system, subjects on either side of the water's surface, on either side of a trick mirror; at times reflecting one back to the other, at times looking straight through to the other. Enough has been written about Grouper in the past few years that there is no need to wax poetic here. Suffice it to say that LIZ HARRIS has created an exquisite sonic universe where she is the sole inhabitant, and we should consider it a privilege to listen in.